Today’s show focuses on a few diverse topics of importance to all of us concerned with leading a vibrant, healthy life. The first topic is somewhat of a warning, focusing on the potential overuse of hormone therapy. According to Doctor Rodier, much of the success of these therapies, often to boost the thyroid and one’s sexuality is the result of fairly quick positive results, dealing with increased energy, relief of stress, revving up one’s libido- make it more popular than a similar type of Fountain of Youth fad based on the Human Growth Hormone, whose effects were much slower. Doctor Rodier also cites a Scientific American cover story called The Nature Cure, which emphasizes the health benefits about spending time outdoors. Doctor Rodier discusses his love of animals and how he intentionally surrounds himself with many types of animals, including goats, cats and rabbits, the latter who freely roam around his backyard. The effect of living closer to Nature provides a peaceful energy that is said to result from alpha waves emanating from the Earth itself. We further discuss the effect of red pigment, found in vegetables and fruits such as tomatoes and watermelons, on the health and quantity in the human body. Doctor Rodier also discusses how college students can combat both the depression and fatigue often felt during those years by making sure to eat enough veggies. And, if nothing else, using a blender to make vegetable drinks that will include fiber. An optimum diet will not only produce optimum health, but perhaps better grades and more basic happiness. Film scripts, audio and video ads and editing web content, web design, articles, press releases, social media profiles Archives for Inalienable and Free, Threshold Radio, Integrative Hermetic Health Show Archives for Integrative Hermetic Health: Podcasts on iTunes: ¬Subscribe to Threshold Radio on YouTube:


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